Design Strategies to Support Hands-On Learning
The expanding importance of STEM education and project-based learning requires rethinking traditional school planning and design processes. A practical way to start is to adopt a broader, non-traditional mindset, especially during a school project’s conceptual phases. The physical layout, the use of natural light, the incorporation of technology and the sense of community can all have a significant impact on student engagement and hands-on learning. This blog post, we will explore some of the key strategies for K-12 architecture and design that supports more student engagement and hands-on learning.